About the artist


Technology is fleeting.  I hope to make art that has permanence.  I would love to find balance between work that is intelligent and approachable.  A mountain of problems could be hurdled if people felt compassion through connection.  I think of painting as an actor developing  a character.  As I paint, I feel deeply connected to my subject.  


   I make figurative oil paintings and drawings from photos that I take or that are provided.  

   Currently, and for the next 4 to 8 years, I am watching Washington and will act when I find a need and a method.  Along with millions of women and men around the world, in November 2017, I suddenly became an activist. With great friends and family I was a passionate part of history with hundreds of thousands at the Women’s March In DC January 2017.  The ridiculous people who’ve invaded the whitehouse are not my muse but certainly an inspiration.  

We must not be clouded or muddied by fury or frustration.  There is so much beauty coming out of the woodwork to balance the ugliness.

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New Britain Museum of American Art “Nor’Easter   2018” 


New Directions 2017 - Barrett Art Center in Poughkeepsie

2017 National Juried Painting Exhibition at the U of Southern Mississippi 

Five Points Gallery Juried Biennial Competition Torrington, CT 

“Figures and Faces” at Las Laguna Gallery in Laguna Beach, CA  


Nasty Women of Boston

ARTPRIZE NINE in Grand Rapids Richard App Gallery

LA Artcore 3rd Annual Art Competition and Exhibition  Los Angeles, CA

Candice Flewharty


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